By On November 1, 2018

5 Easy Small Plates to Serve in Your Distillery Tasting Room

Don’t have a full blown kitchen but want or need to serve your hungry patrons food while they drink? Here are 5 simple, small plates you can pull off in your distillery tasting room without a full kitchen.

SPICY PROSCIUTTO SPREAD

prosciutto spread on a piece of crusty bread

Basically, throw everything in a food processor and grab some crusty bread. View recipe via Skillet (Life Hacker) by Claire Lower

CHEESE BOARD

Faith Durand of Kitchn explains all of the nuances of creating the perfect cheese board: sweet, tangy, savory, and more. View recipe.

cheese board with fruit and meat

PICKLED BEET EGGS WITH ZA’ATAR

These eye-catching deviled eggs and be boiled a head of time and prepared in no time. View recipe.

CHICKPEA & FENNEL TARTINE

You don’t need much but a toaster oven to toast the bread, and counter space to prep. View recipe.

chickpea mixture on top of toast

GREEK INSPIRED ANTIPASTO PLATTER

This one is about as easy a cheese board. Half Baked Harvest helps you plan out what to buy, and how to make it look Instagram ready.

greek inspired antipasto platter

Karen

Karen Locke is Founder of High-Proof Creative. She has written about booze for magazines like GQ magazine, Bon Appétit, Thrillist, Sip Northwest, Chilled, and more. Additionally, Karen has many years of creative, and marketing agency work in Portland. She believes the darker the bar, the better.
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